Grace Mitchell Makes Home Design Fun and Personal in HGTV's 'One of a Kind'

Christina Gables
HGTV

The always-interesting home renovator and interior designer Grace Mitchell and her colorful construction crew create eclectic and imaginative homes in and around Fort Worth in HGTV’s new reno series, One of a Kind.

“Anyone can have a house that’s catalog pretty, but a home should tell the story of the family that lives there,” says Mitchell. “My team and I take boring, outdated homes and give them personality and style.”

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Mitchell listens to her clients, putting the family’s hobbies, passions, and memories into their home in a touching way. From turning love notes into custom wallpaper to creating a fiber optic ceiling to match a wedding night's sky, or wall art made from an antique car, every home's decor is unique and reflects the personalities of those who live there.

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A winner in his own right, the 'Design Star' champ is now helping folks who have seen their lives take a turn for the better.

The eight-episode season begins with Mitchell overhauling the living space for a family that has its roots in the ice cream industry. Design touches feature a whimsical ice cream parlor off the new modern kitchen and the incorporation of a custom backsplash sign that highlights their love for one another and their rich family history.

We can’t wait to see what comes next.

One of a Kind, Premieres, Tuesday, March 19, 10/9c, HGTV